I have NFT art on various platforms. Each of the sections below will offer links to take you to my collections for the various cryptocurrencies. Most of my work is offered as unique, 1 of 1 NFT’s. I do have some multiples available in Tezos, and those are the lowest priced works. My listings at Solana are priced mid-ranged, and the works at Async are premium works.
My collection at Teia, formerly known as Hic et Nunc, is great for entry level collectors. If you are new to collecting NFT’s and don’t have any in your wallet yet, let me know! I have a few on hand in my Tezos wallet and I’d be happy to donate one to you, so you’ll get the thrill of collecting NFT artwork.
The collection at Rarible.com is higher priced than at Teia, but they’re all 1/1. The originals are priced to include the original in real life where it is available.
I have a separate page with more details about the works available on the Solana blockchain. Click here to go to it. My artwork here are unique 1 of 1 works, and I also have tokens that I give to new would-be collectors, collectors, and as participation tokens to bidders. These tokens are not for sale, but I give them as gifts. They can also be used to get a rebate for any purchase from my online shop at wildozark.com.
Solana is most likely where I’ll focus my future efforts in NFT art. It’s affordable to mint and the range of prices to collect makes it affordable to start a collection. It also offers the possibility of high-end sales, as well. The currency is gaining some momentum (at the moment, anyway) and doesn’t have the issues of Ethereum with gas fees. Like Tezos, Solana is a ‘proof of stake’ currency, so it has far less impact on the global energy use than Eth.
I have art on the Ethereum blockchain at Async.art and Opensea.io. These are all 1 of 1, unique works. At Async, the images change – either by the hour or at night/day intervals, or with the triggering of separate layers. This is the only platform where I sell artworks like this.
This was the first platform I minted with, and at the time I was exploring the NFT world and hadn’t established a strategy. As I can afford the gas fees to do so, I’ll be burning the NFTs at Opensea. Any future mints on the Eth platform will be done at Async. At the moment, I can’t afford to mint anymore but do have projects with more of my Twisted Trees I’d like to do there with the 24-hour format. To see works currently on Opensea, click here.
Gallery of all NFT artwork